Step into Victorian London and test your powers of observation as you work alongside the world’s most famous detective.
The Guajiro Triangle is a concept that describes the migration of Son Montuno, a genre of music that fuses African and Spanish influences, as a story of three cities: Santiago de Cuba, Havana, and Miami. This musical journey led to the creation of the folk and country music group Cortadito, founded by producer and Grammy-nominated […]
Opening reception for Passports for Life with special guest Polish Ambassador Marek Magierowski. The reception will be followed by a presentation with exhibition creator Magdalena Gawin, Director of Pilecki Institute. Gawin will present her research tracking German Nazi war criminals who actively participated in Holocaust and after WWII changed names and almost escaped justice.
On view May 19, 2022 - October 2022 at the Jewish Museum-FIU Norman Giller was one of the founders of Miami Modern (MiMo), a regionalized style of Modernist architecture. Through the use of new materials and technology, he was able to realize his ideas in a post-war II booming Florida. Giller’s body of work includes […]
In The Kindness of One, photographer Margaret Lansink and poet René van Hulst contemplate the great potential within a single person’s act of kindness. The couple was inspired by events in 1940, during World War II, in which thousands of Jewish people were trapped in Kaunas, Lithuania between the advancing German troops and the Russian army […]
LA ALEGRÍA DE VIVIR: A Moment in Venezuelan Jewish Life is a series of colorful paintings by Silvia Cohen inspired by life in Venezuela in the 50’s and 60’s. Cohen chose unique moments from her own story and those of family and friends to illustrate Venezuela’s vibrant Jewish community. The exhibition will be on view thru February […]
The Opa-Locka Community Development Corporation (OLCDC), in partnership with the City of Opa-Locka, presents “The Art of Transformation” as a five-day, two-block Event in the heart of Opa-Locka, set to coincide with Art Basel Miami Beach 2022. The Event will feature three very special art exhibitions. The first is This Here Place: Africa and the Global […]
The City of Miami Beach is working alongside some of the world’s best cultural institutions to provide a night of free, unique and unforgettable experiences. Every third Thursday of the month, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., Miami Beach will come alive with culture as various institutions and buildings open their doors to give you […]
Christo (born Christo Vladmirov Javacheff) and his wife and artistic collaborator Jeanne-Claude made an inestimable impact on the history of art since the mid-20th century. Together, they created large-scale, ephemeral, public art projects, involving dramatic interventions in carefully selected outdoor locations. With a career that spans nearly six decades, their work has helped to expand […]
Today Miami Beach is one of the most “broadcasted” locations in the world, but 100 years ago the age of broadcasting was just becoming a reality. This exhibition explores the first consumer mass media device and how it helped promote and shape Miami Beach’s early development. As radio proliferated through the first half of the […]
October 28, 2022–April 16, 2023 The Wolfsonian–FIU @ 1001 Washington Avenue Maps make the world. Mirrors of our loftiest dreams and deepest fears, maps draw literal lines between "you" and "me," "us" and "other," more often reflecting how we see it than how it is. Plotting Power: Maps and the Modern Age follows the use of map-like imagery for political, […]
The Bass announces the opening of Phraseology, a new exhibition that explores language in modern and contemporary art. Featuring works from The Bass Collection and works on loan, Phraseology is on view from July 30, 2022, through April 23, 2023. The term “phraseology” references the specific choice of words that a communicator, in this case the artist, […]